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for the commercialization of his image when he bequeathed his papers to the hebrew universit9 of jerusalem because the hebrew university of jerusalem now engages a beverly hills licensing agency run attorney robert richmond to sell the rights to the use of einstein's image. the proceeds go to the university. am i right on that? >> yes. >> now, despite the fact that einstein himself had this to say about commercial endorsements. "it is -- is it not a sad meantair commentary on the commercialition ani must ad the corrtion oour time that business firms make these offers with wanting to insult me? it evident i had means this corruption itis, is widespread." that makes it clear that he didn't want his name used on any products, correct? >> he did not in his lifetime. i guess he @@had no control. >> he wanted to give it to the university, p"obly the central thing in his life. i don't think he imagined in his wildest dreams that it would turn into a corn that cope yaof endorsements. >> do you think hebrew university in jerusalem is >> i thk they are, shall i say, capitalizing on it. i einstein's image to
memorized before as we since 1996 we finished 43 years cycles from the sdroigs of jerusalem. now, it's not speculation to say that 4 hundred and 44 days from september 11th is speculation but i find it interesting that will be the 1335 day of the cycle and in danielle it's a blessing if you're saved. >> next speaker. >> yes. i was here a couple of weeks ago and i'm awfully puzzled. when we come before you and make a complaint how do we hear from you say it just garbage in one ear and out the other one. by putting in the train street they were going to put off street parking they did it in white neighborhood. and no one said anything about the police coming in our driveways putting tickets on our coarse were we don't know where the street ends and the sidewalk begins and who owners the property between the street and the sidewalk. there's a lot of property in those streets but they don't give white people tickets and they park their tickets on their cars. why do they put tickets on our cars. which is done about our complaints if anything. how do we get an answer from any you? all o
died has been completed. the body will be transferred to east jerusalem work palestinians will carry out their own post- mortem. the death has raised tensions across the west bank. here where the burial will take place thursday. protesters were there on tuesday. palestinian prisoners continuing their protests in is really jails. he was serving a life sentence for his role in the attempted bombing of a cafe in jerusalem 11 years ago. palestinians say israel did not provide him with adequate care. day, noe end of the matter what. we also have complained about the palestinian authority and the palestinian government for not following up on his case, especially after we found out about this. i would not say we blame them, but they have to be questioned for that. where have they been all of that time? >> the philippines a step closer toward creating an autonomous muslim region. a panel of government representatives and muslim rebel -- muslim rebels will oversee the process. they met for the very first time on wednesday. a historic and triumphant day for the philippines. that is held peace
bank economy following his visit. he goes to the west bank and jerusalem: his visit to turkey. he did sidesteps the question about the decision to visit gaza. there is a view in this region that if turkey wants to play this mediation role, the turkish prime minister should not just the same he will visit gaza. he should be saying he will visit jerusalem and the west bank. >> syria was a major talking point with regards to the conflict in what to do with assad. what was the discussion like? >> you got the impression there seems to be an increasing diplomatic momentum towards trying to bring the issue of assad to a head. john kerry said he and the turkish prime minister had a precise discussion about what needs to be done to create a climate for transition from assad. john kerry said it is our hope there will be greater clarity on that in the coming weeks. john kerry said he is grateful for turkey to take the syria and refugees crossing into turkey. he hopes turkey will continue to do that. he also said they are increasingly coming together with hopefully some sort of plan for how the r
for those attacks. >> reporter: jack titel walked into the jerusalem courtroom unrepentant. the judge responded with two life sentences in two murder cases and an additional 30 years for other crimes. >> we hope that this heavy punishments will deter an any others who might think of doing any kind of terror activities or participating in such. >> reporter: tetel's reign of terror involved killing two pastors. it nearly killed 15-year-old ami ortiz. merchant yomiraculously, he survived. during sentencing, the judge said his holy work had become dust under his feet, and his actions contradicted the values of the jewish state. part of his mission included irradicating jews who believe jesus is the jewish messiah. >> the lord has, in his mercy, has chosen us to suffer for his namesake. and his name should are lifted up, because that's the only thing we can take with us, only jesus. >> reporter: lea ortiz says from the very beginning god told her to pray for the man who tried to kill her son. >> he gave me his love for jack titel. he gave me the love of god to pray for this person. >> repo
and fired at police. he is now in custody. from joined live jerusalem. i want to talk about the air strike that has just occurred. there seems to be conflicting to this man is. can you tell us more about the victim? >> yes, it depends on who you listen to that is often the case. the israelis are pretty convinced that the person killed is what the israelis characterized as an expert in explosives, a leading militant who as you indicated was recently involved in masterminding a rocket attack april 17. rockets fired from inside the egyptian side of the cyanide peninsula to israeli resort city. the israelis are pinning that attack on him. from our own sources we understand this man was militantd with a strain of islamic ideology. some have been indicating this and was targeted by israel as a result. the earlier incident you referred to also clicking -- taken place tuesday morning at a victoria's junction south in the west bank involving a young man who was -- who stabbed a jewish settler. >> thank you for the update. simon mcgregor speaking to us from jerusalem. the netherlands is about to hav
in jerusalem, and he said under them, what things? and they said unto him concerning jesus of nazareth which was at prophet mighty in deed and word before god and all the people, and had the chief priests and rulers delivered him to be crucified. -- and when they found not his body they came saying that they also had seen a vision of angels which said that he was alive, and certain of them with us went to the sepulcher and him they saw not. he said unto them, oh fools and slow of hearts. after he satisfy the claims of justice into his glory beginning with moses and all the prophets he expounded unto them in all the scriptures and things concerning himself -- and he made as though he would've gone further but they constrained then saying abide with us, and the day is far spent and he went into terry with them, and he took bread and blessed them. >> any of the members of the public wish to speak? seeing none, general public comment is now closed. gvl (gavel)can we skip over the close adoption -- and move to the -- >> if a member object the matter can be removed and considered separately. >> p
when my dad was a young boy. he was on the periphery of a battle between jews and arabs in jerusalem. a bullet ricocheted off of the street and craze is like. and pretty penicillin. he became infected and ended up dying. not in the book, but he is buried on the mount of olives. for those of you in a jerusalem is on the east side of the old city. no one had seen his grave for years and years. then when we were in israel for my nephew's permits -- but that's up, my daughter and i withheld vote -- help of an arab caretaker, with the help of an arab caretaker who has been taking care of that jewish cemetery for years and years, we after about an hour of searching kind of like in the last scene of the good, bad, and the of the -- ugly, that cemetery spins around and all you can see is a gravestone and we ended up finding it. my father was a survivor. his parents and, you know, they never recovered from the loss of their elders' son. my father was a relatively in different, not very good student , and he was known more as a joker. and actually, his name in israel was charlie because the im
and the author from beirut to jerusalem first published in 1989, documented his time as a reporter in lebanon israel. recently been updated to reflect the changes in the region caused by the arab awake things. he writes i invite you to read this book to understand the identities, aspirations and passions that endure in the middle east and explore the old forces interacting with the new forces. i'm pleased to have tom friedman back at this table. >> pleasessed to be here charlie, thank you. >> rose: way back when i did an interview with you. also today when i know a friend of mine from wherever they come say i'm going to beirut say start with this. this is one of the things you ought to go and now it's been updated. you updated it because you wanted to reflect from a foundation the ideas that has been expressed there and how they are interacting with new ideas. >> you know charlie for probably almost 20 years my publisher jonathan used to say to me you should update the book. we did it once after oslo and i said i will update but it will be new forward beirut to uses level, one pag one line.
place in the heavenly jerusalem. >> support us, o lord, all the day long, of this public life, until the shadows lengthen and the evening comes, the busy world is hushed, the fever of life is over, and our work done. then, lord, in your mercy, grant us a safe lodging, a holy rest, and peace everlast, through jesus christ, our lord. amen. now unto him that is able to keep us from falling into present us faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, the only wise god, our savior be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and forever. and the blessings of god almighty, the father, the son, and the holy spirit be with you. this day and always. amen. >> so, after the blessings, the bearer party comes back up the aisle and will process once again with the coffin, down the aisle and out of the west door. this time will be born to, this time, not by the two granddaughters of lady thatcher, but by members of the cathedral staff. and once this coffin is borne on their shoulders, the choir will sing the resessional, with music stanford, "lowered let us now, thy servant,
persecution when i 2010 jerusalem -- when i went to jerusalem in 2006 but it crossed my path over and over again in jerusalem because being at crossroadses people came from turkey, gaza, all over the middle east with terrible stories about what was going on. christian teachers and christian missionaries and christians indigenous to certain areas that were leaving. and i began to see the increase in this, and of course watching now, the arab spring explode -- arab spring in quotes as we always say. it's made things so much worse, and it's not looking like it's going to get any better. so, we begin to talk about this a couple years ago, but it became necessary to update and to give a current report on what is going on. unfortunately, things are changing quickly. i thick we might have put egypt in a different chapter if we did it yesterday, but we have at least an up to dade report now. >> before we get to egypt, and we must, want to foul up what you said, paul. this is increasing. why is this increasing? >> most of the increase is focused in the muslim majority world. more christians persecu
about his chances of winning in this week's election. >>> and more protest and detention at jerusalem's national wall as jewish women fight to perform same rituals as jewish men. what the israeli government is trying to do to calm both sides. >>> remember this song, ding dong the witch is dead? well, it has risen close to the top of the british music charts this week. we'll explain why after this. but all i do to be broadcast ready damages my hair and scalp. then i uncovered head & shoulders damage rescue. it relieved my scalp and rescued my damaged hair. the proof? see it tonight, at eleven. head & shoulders damage rescue. boom. heart attack. the doctor recommends bayer aspirin to keep this from happening to me again. it's working. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. it can happen to anyone. talk to your doctor. aaah! aaaaah! theres a guy on the window! do something, dad! aaaah! aaaah! what is happening? they're rate suckers. their bad driving makes car insurance more expensive for the rest of us. good thing there's snapshot from pro
to carry at a bomb attack in jerusalem in 2002. he was buried in his hometown. the issue of prisoners is important for the palestinians. there are more than four and a half thousand held in israeli jails and nearly every family has a relative who at some time has been in an israeli jail. elsewhere, there were more funerals. for two teenagers who were shot dead on wednesday night in clashes with the army. israel says that they had attacked a military checkpoint. for several months, there have been sporadic flareups in violence. the issue of palestinian prisoners often the source. there were more clashes today. some have warned of a third palestinian intifada, but most palestinians say there's little appetite for that. all of this comes weeks after president obama visited the region to tell people here that he still believes in peace between israelis and palestinians. john kerry will be back here over the weekend. at the moment, the talk of peace is talk but little else. a century, burma was isolated from the rest of the world. run by a military dictatorship with an iron grip. after the
, thanks very much for the update. police in jerusalem arrested five feminist protesters for praying out loud and wearing prayer shawls, both reserved for men. the protests are held regularly from a group calling themselves women of the wall as part of a campaign to be allowed to pray along with men. >> gun control in the suzz in full focus now. >> thursday the senate voted on new legislation requiring a universal background check. >> gun rights and self-defense group said it undermines the second amendment. proposals would require federal background checks to determine if buyers are mentally unstable or violated the law. the senate has to approve the measures. the obama administration put gun control at the top of their legislative agenda. united nations took up one of the darker sides of globalization, the plight of at least 600,000 people tricked into forced labor or prostitution in the middle east. >> a two-year study on human trafficking in the middle east paints a grim picture for thousands of migrants. >> hope to improve their lives many african and asian women agree to work abroa
kafka and jerusalem prizes. his name routinely comes up as a favorite for the nobel prize in literature. murakami's tales employ science fiction and fantasy elements. he's also made a mark as a nonfiction writer. his novels tend to depict feelings of isolation and loss among young urban dwellers. matthew chelsick teaches literature and says he's fascinated by murakami's world. >> it was extremely stimulating. it was a completely new kind of experience. >> reporter: he says murakami's works explore universal questions that people everywhere can relate to, in a way that's fun and accessible. >> i think as we think about our lives and as we ink about our identities and our place in the universe, reading haruki murakami really helps us explore what things mean, but in a way that's not crushing and painful, but in a way that's really fun, i think, and interesting. >> reporter: murakami's last novel became a best-seller in japan and sold well overseas, too. fans outside japan may have to wait a while to read the new book. murakami's publisher has yet to say when it will come out in other lang
. murakami's major international awards include the franz kafka and jerusalem prizes. his name routinely comes up as a favorite for the nobel prize in literature. murakami's tales employ science fiction and fantasy elements. he's also made a mark as a nonfiction writer. his novels tend to depict feelings of isolation and loss among young urban dwellers. matthew chelsick teaches literature and says he's fascinated by murakami's world. >> it was extremely stimulating. it was a completely new kind of experience. >> reporter: he says murakami's works explore universal questions that people everywhere can relate to, in a way that's fun and accessible. >> i think as we think about our lives and as we think about our identities and our place in the universe, reading haruki murakami really helps us explore what things mean, but in a way that's not crushing and painful, but in a way that's really fun, i think, and interesting. >> reporter: murakami's last novel became a best-seller in japan and sold well overseas, too. fans outside japan may have to wait a while to read the new book. murakami's p
. this allowed them to travel to japan and escape the nazis. the holocaust memorial museum in jerusalem has preserved some of sugihara's documents. he handwritten visas that saved 7 -- 6,000 lives. the foreign ministry sacked him when he returned to japan, he defied orders of his government that had friendly relations with nazi germany. after the war, sugihara said he had no regrets. >> he saved a lot of jews and was very courageous and really helped the jewish people to escape. >> the holocaust museum has planted a tree in his honor. it stands alongside a tree bearing the name of oskar schindler. after obtaining the visa, she and her family travelled through russia on the sea of japan. they moved to china and then india. they finally settled inland that is now part of israel. >> without the visa, we wouldn't have survived. there was no family. >> she has 3 children, and 12 grandchildren. the story of sugihara who died nearly 30 years ago, lives through her family. her son duby is specially drawn to sugihara's story. he lived in japan for more than ten years. >> translator: i hope my childr
and east jerusalem, no government has fully accepted. the documents cited in the book, i think, reveals not just the israeli position, but there's continue newty of it, more or less clear i argue. they show the acquiescence in the positions over several decades, willingly or unwillingly. that's the second moment that i examine. the third emerged during the last ten years of president obama's first term. over this period, the president, as we remember, vividly, i'm sure, faced relentless pressure from benjamin netanyahurc wi conress and wi the poe eny i this pressure forced the president into humiliating retreats from positions on a settlement freeze, on the potential borders of a palestinian state and urgent need of a state staked out first two years in office. as anybody's who's followed this conflict knows, these were positions previously taken by succession of the u.s. president, but this president was obliged to abandon them. it was not palestine on which he focused almost interly in the first two years in office, but the question of iran's nuclear program, benjamin netanyahu's pref
for a week-long visit to the middle east. speaking in jerusalem, the secretary said the u.s. agenda is focused on deterring iran and hagel also reiterated what he called the very special relationship between the united states and israel. >>> less than a week after the boston marathon bombings, a chicago teenager has been picked up for attempting to join a syrian jihadist military group. the fbi arrested 18-year-old abdella ahmad tounisi on charges of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. >>> five people were killed in arizona over the weekend when their van flipped while being chased by border control agents. 22 people were in the suv at the time of the crash. >>> the search continues for survivors of last week's devastating earthquake in china. the government has so far confirmed more than 150 deaths and some 11,000 injured. >>> engines start. liftoff for the mission to mars. >> cool stuff. it was a successful launch sunday for a new rocket carrying supplies to the international space station. the rocket lifted off from a base in virginia on a
a longae embrace with a disabled child, holding that boy tight. jerusalem forn jam you jum us tonight. >> pope francis i used his first easter as pope to call for peace in the world, specifically praying for peace on the korean peninsula and urging both sides to renew its spirit of regula reconciliatio. since be hing elected three weeks ago, francis placed a special emphasis on helping the poor and those in need. breaking with catholic tradition on thursday by washing the feet of both men and women during the holy thursday service. he also prayed for those suffering in syria and here in the holyland. meanwhile, protestants and catholics celebrated easter in jerusalem with services at the church, the site where christians believe jesus was crucified, buried and resurrected. in iraq, christians flocked to churches amidded extremely tight security. several hundred catholics wore worshiped at saint joseph's church in baghdad. >> harris: news of progress toward a deal. one senator, republican marco rubio is warning any kind of history making agreement is premature. we are are learning ther
was in israel, he gave a speech in jerusalem. and in the middle of the speech he talked about the rise of the islamist parties. in egypt and elsewhere. the brotherhood. in egypt and -- whats watt praise he used? we have to be concerned about the rise of nonsecular parties. what a weird word to use. the word is religious parties. the word is islamist parties. yet, even in this trivial throw away line. in a speech in jerusalem. he refuses to use the obvious word. >> bill: now, does it matter? that's the question. so we have established the fact that president obama for whatever his reason and he won't explain it, isn't going to define the worldwide terrorism problemacc. he is not. does it matter that he doesn't? >> it matters because if you want to mobilize the population. if you want to give them the courage to persist and to carry on a fight which should be a difficult fight. it could go on for a generation. you have to be clear with your own people about who the enemy is. churchill did not speak about german extremists. he talked about the nazi menace. he described it in detail. fdr d
with something funny. i heard about this man. he was on vacation in jerusalem with his family when his mother-in-law suddenly died. he went to make arrangements to get her body back home. the consulate said it would cost $5,000 to have her shipped and $150 to have her buried right there in jerusalem. he thought about it a moment, said he would like to have her body shipped back home. consulsa
to jerusalem or else gone somewhere else. most of them were not living there but some were in shelters for a month, living in the shelters. the state of war in israel is such that it's such a little country. people always say it's the size of new jersey. so even if it's the south, everybody has a relative there. everybody's kid is in the army there. it's not like america where you hear of this. this is everybody's problem. and the phone starts ringing when these things heat up. even money phone, and particularly recently when we actually had sirens in jerusalem for the first time in 30 years. that was an interesting experience. you find yourself saying, okay, should i take a shower or not take a shower? [laughter] >> or, aim going to sleep in my normal pajamas because i have to be with my neighbors in a bomb shelter and i don't think i want them to see those pajamas. stupid things to think but the consciousness of it is what happened. it pervades everything. so, the state of war in israel is -- it's a danger, ongoing threat, and also a a consciousness. but it's also a way of going on w
's effective control and colonization of the west bank, and east jerusalem, and no israeli government has fully accepted. the document is cite reveal the -- not just that this is the israeli position but there's been continuity in, more or less clear, i would argue. they show the acquiescence of american policymakers in the israeli positions oseveral decades, willingly or unwillingly. that's the second moment i examine. the third emerged during the last two years of president obama's first term. over this period the president, as we all remember, vividly, i'm sure, faced relentless pressure from israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, acting in concert with the run republic leadership in congress, and with the potent congressional lobby for israel. this 'pressure forced the president into humiliating retreats from positions on a settlement freeze, on the potential borders of a palestinian state and the urge for such a state he staked out in his first two years in office. as anybody who has followed this conflict knose were positions that had previously been taken by a succession of u.s. pres
] it was true because actually he had us series of set formulas sediments, gaza, a jerusalem, much beyond that he did not and you would get convoluted sentences the then they would explain in hebrew what he was getting at but chevron -- sharon by the way there was one thing that happened in 2004 when the prime minister sharon do not kill arafat. don't do it. don't kill him. and sharon would never say okay you have my word. let's sheik. he would blush. [laughter] but in the meeting early 2005 after arafat's death at the bush ranch in texas president was asking about arafat and the palestinians and he said by the way thank you for not killing him and he said sometimes god helps. [laughter] we thought after the withdrawal from gaza there was a way for word in greece said this is your chance to show the world and the israelis with a palestinian state would we like. that did not work out as successful as we hoped but we thought and most thought sharon had in mind, going back to defense to the west bank at of the more isolated settlements to keep the jordan valley and jordan river but, as you r
're on the plus side with $600. i will go to april for $200. tara. what is jerusalem? good. april for $400. scott. what is the national league? no. rebecca. what is the american league? yes. finish off north carolina, please.
schools. iran's nuclear program is still a threat. from jerusalem here's simon mcgregor-wood. >> it looks like a very important arm package. on the face of it going through the list of things that chuck hagel is bringing with him in this bundle dale. some of the things that they would like is to get their hands on. to give the natch cal strike against iran's nuclear facility. refueling plains but of course maybe their long rain air strike that much more potent. person y crab would make the retrieval much easier. so clearly as defense secretary chuck hagel said, the defense message is designed to the military option is very much on the table. chuck hagel was talking to defense reporters traveling with him over night to israel. he briefed them. he said there's know differences between the u.s. and opposition. both countries are in their lock step. he did except -- there was some difference in the timing of when the iranians crossed back. and clearly that will be the certain of their discussions with the prime minister to the key figures he's meeting. some convergence. some of the rhetoric
. speaking in jerusalem, the secretary said the u.s. agenda is focused on deterring iran and hagel also reiterated what he called the special relationship between the united states and israel. >>> less than a week after the boston marathon bombings, a chicago teenager has been picked up for attempting to join a syrian jihadist military group. the police arrested 18-year-old abdella ahamd tounisi on charges of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. >>> five people were killed in arizona over the weekend when their van flipped while being chased by border patrol agents. 22 people were in the suv at the time of the crash. >>> in china now, the search continues for survivors of last week's devastating earthquake. the government has so far confirmed more than 150 deaths and some 11,000 injured. >> engines start. liftoff. test mission from the pad. >>> and look at it go. it was a successful launch sunday for a new rocket carrying supplies to the international space station. the rocket lifted off from a base in virginia on a test flight to send a cargo ship
, boiled beef, jerusalem pfartichokes and cauliflower a la pshit. do you think i'm an oriental potentate, shelling out all that money? take no notice of him. he's off his rocker. get away. i shall sharpen my teeth on your shanks. why don't you eat up and shut up, old ubu? here, try the polish broth. oh, what muck. you're right. hasn't quite come off. you ill-mannered louts, what do you want? i've got an idea. back in a jiffy. gentlemen, let's try the veal. oh, excellent. what there is left of it. and now, for the parson's nose. absolutely delicious. - hurrah for ma ubu. - hurrah for ma ubu. and soon you'll be adding, hurrah for pa ubu. try a taste of that. pass me the spare ribsbs of polish bison, mother, and i'll dish them out. get out, all of you. i know something i want to say to captain manure. but we haven't had our dinner yet. you've had your dinner. get out, i say, all of you. not you, manure. are you still here? by my green candle, i'll do you all in with a vice grip. go out. get out, all of you. - get out, i say. - help. rescue. men defend yourselves. - i don't have to say it ag
for women who want to lead prayers at one of judaism's holiest sites, the western wall in jerusalem. an israeli court ruled that police have no grounds to continue arresting women who pray at the wall wearing prayer shawls that many orthodox jews believe are reserved for men. the court also refused to grant a restraining order to bar the women from the wall. >>> next week marks the 50th anniversary of a key campaign in the civil rights movement -- the children's march. beginning on may 2nd, 1963, in birmingham, alabama, thousands of elementary and high school students braved police dogs and fire hoses to march against segregation. many of them were arrested and put in jail. their crusade galvanized the nation, and ultimately helped to end segregation. kim lawton has our story. >> at the civil rights institute in birmingham, alabama, local students are on a field trip learning how 50 years ago, kids around their age played a pivotal role in the struggle against segregation. one of them was freeman hrabowski, who is now president of the university of maryland, baltimore county. he was
arriving in jerusalem later this morning. he took part in a wreath laying ceremony he will meet benjamin netanyahu to arrive at peace. he met with turkey's prime minister and met privately with mahmoud abbas. >> we would like to talk about support critical to the process. we would like to see this relationship get back on track. >> he has not publicly outline add new plan. >>> an illinois family remembering their adventurous daughter a young diplomat killed in afghanistan. 25-year-old was a press officer at the u.s. embassy in kabul. she was on the way to school saturday when her car was attacked by a car bomb. her family says she volunteered to make other's lives better. >> it was her passion she made a difference doing it. you can't regret that at all. she really did a great job. she is one of the many people that advanced the cause. for that we are forrive grateful. >> 25 years old. two weeks ago she served as a guide for secretary of state john kerry. he remembers her as vivacious and smart. >> a rescue mission for those trapped under ground. they are 20 feet below a house that was u
and of the 1930s and 40s was known as the jerusalem of the east. >> by 1948 he appointed a partner. >> over the next decade the cult of personality established around kim il sung rivalled many of the 20th century. >> none compared to him. >> the north korean government started the bizarre ideology in 1925. >> what it says is the north korean people are almost a superior race and they need to determine the future of their country and advance their socialist revolution on their own. we have the tower the huge white monument of one brick in the monument a symbol every day of the life of kim il sung. the think tank. everything resolvolved around embedding the ideology. >> in 1994 after decades spent enslaving the north korean people kim il sung died. >> there was genuine grieving when kim il sung died the legend they looked at almost as a super natural being. >> the successor was trying to become god like. >> kim jong-il was the oldest son. >> kim jong-il was said to have been born on the sacred mountain. this is where by korean legend the korean nation began many thousands of years ago. >> the
is headed back to the middle east, including jerusalem, ramallah, and beijing. first up is istanbul. he pushed israel to mend relations with turkey, now kerry is trying to nudge them even closer. while he's in the region, he could also urge israel and the palestinians to restart peace talks which have been stalled for months. kerry is expected to return to washington on april 15th. >>> now an update the unsolved murders of two texas prosecutors, authorities in kaufman county, texas, are cracking down on threats and taking every potential threat seriously like this week when someone called in a bomb threat during the memorial service for district attorney mooim mclelland and his wife. robert miller was charged with making a threat online and nick morale is accused of threatening a county official but police say these men are not tied to the killings. cnn's martin savidge joins us from kaufman county, texas. how do these threats relate to the case? >> reporter: it clearly shows there is a zero tolerance when it comes to authorities and anyone that is making a threat either against law enf
immediately. all the core issues, whether the security, borders in jerusalem to reach a two-state solution. we hope the president's visit will motivate abbas to come back. >> our secretary of state john kerry will meet with leaders. what are your hopes for the visit? >> one home we can get the talks going. we hope that secretary of state kerry can convince the palestinian leadership that the only way to resolve this conflict is by direct negotiations, not by going to the u.n. unilaterally. not like reconciliation with hamas who is dedicated to israel's destruction. way to resolve it is sitting face and face, netanyahu and abbas as we are sitting right now and working out our problems. >> how concerned are you about the unrest in the region? >> it creates a great uncertainty among the israelis. we have a potentially flammable situation in the entire region. we are always looking for opportunities, as well. what is happening in syria, great dangers, question of control overseerian chemical weapons stockpile which is the largest in the world. we set a red line there. if the syrians transfer those
in jerusalem. in iraq, christians flocked to churches amid tight security. several hundred catholics worshipped in baghdad. >> connor, thank you, lawmakers speaking out on immigration reform and news prof gres toward a deal. one senator, marco rubio is warning any kind of history making agreement is premature, we're learning there is a major compromise between business owners and labor groups on a new guest worker program. four republicans and four democrats began putting together a framework in september. >> in spite of a break through, senator marco rubio says reports that the legislation is finalized are premature. he wrote the airman pat lehy that you have said delay for delay's sake would be a mistake. a agree but a sense of haste in pursuit of a lasting solution is perhaps more dangerous to goals many of us share two, members of the gang of 8 expressed optimism today. >> as senator rubio correctly said we've said we'll not come to final agreement until looking at all of the legislative language. >> we're closer with labor and business agreeing on this plan. that doesn't mean we've crossed
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